LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — New charges are filed in an unrelated case against a central Pennsylvania man who allegedly struck and killed a Philadelphia woman and her three sons while drag racing in Philadelphia (see previous story).

The latest charges against 23-year-old Khusen Akhmedov allege the Lancaster man was involved in another incident in Lancaster County on July 8, about a week before the fatal Philadelphia crash.

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A woman called police about a driver waving a badge and driving recklessly and gave a license plate number that Manheim Township authorities traced to Akhmedov.

Court documents say he told police he was certified as an emergency medical technician but they could find no record that Akhmedov was either certified or employed as an EMT.

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Akhmedov is charged with impersonating a public servant and reckless driving.

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